Ol' Blue Eyes. The Chairman of the Board. Leader of the ?Rat Pack." By any name, Frank Sinatra was one of the most popular entertainers of the twentieth century, amassing an impressive number of records and film credits as well as a Best Supporting Actor Oscar and two Golden Globes. Frank Sinatra follows the star's humble beginnings in Hoboken, New Jersey; his rise to the top of the music charts by the early 1940s; the ups and downs of his recording and film careers; and his establishment as one of the most popular and successful celebrities of all time.
Inside Frank Sinatra:
Sinatra's youth and upbringing in Hoboken with Italian immigrant parents
His early days as a youngster and teenager performing in local nightclubs
The big-band days with Harry James and Tommy Dorsey
Sinatra's rise to mainstream success in music and film
Notable film roles, including his Oscar-winning performance in From Here to Eternity
His personal life, including the Rat Pack and his high-profile relationships